Join us for Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month with activities, programs, and resources this May. Plan Your Visit

Dismiss notification
Showing 1–9 of 9 results for Washington's War Tents
Diary With Chest Credit Moar

In The News: John Claypoole's Diary Donated to the Museum

Look back at featured news clips from the donation — and subsequent family reunion — of the Revolutionary War diary of John Claypoole, which documents his experiences as a prisoner of war, to the Museum.
Read More
A display of three paintings, three letters, a book, and stamps related to Washington's prayer at Valley Forge.

Now on View: New Display on the Story of Washington's Prayer at Valley Forge

Learn more about artifacts on view at the Museum in a new display about the story of General George Washington's prayer at Valley Forge.
Read More
A mother holding her young daughter view Washington's camp bed on display in the Witness to Revolution exhibit.

5 Kid-Friendly Features in the Museum’s Witness to Revolution Exhibit

Learn more about five kid-friendly features in the Museum's Witness to Revolution: The Unlikely Travels of Washington's Tent special exhibition that guests of any age can enjoy.
Read More
Tregocase Re

Now on View: Art and Artifacts on William B. T. Trego's Vision of Valley Forge

Take a closer look at art and artifacts on display that show artist William B. T. Trego's vision of Valley Forge during the Revolutionary War.
Read More
Image Jfk Oval Office Barry Sword 829 23

Now on View: Commodore John Barry's Revolutionary War Sword

Commodore John Barry’s Revolutionary War sword, which was displayed in the Oval Office during John F. Kennedy’s presidency, is now on display at the Museum.
Read More
A new display about the 2nd Spartan Regiment in the Museum's gallery on the war in the south.

Now on View: New Display on South Carolina’s 2nd Spartan Regiment

Read more about the objects newly displayed in the Museum's core galleries about the South Carolina 2nd Spartan Regiment and the Revolutionary War in the South.
Read More
Liberty Exhibit Tactile Painting by Clovernook

In The News: Tactile Paintings for Guests with Visual Disabilities in Liberty Exhibit

Learn more about the tactile paintings created and donated by the Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired for our special exhibition, Liberty: Don Troiani's Paintings of the Revolutionary War.
Read More
A display of five historic handkerchiefs in the Museum's second-floor atrium display case.

Now on View: New Display of Historic Handkerchiefs is "Nothing to Sneeze At"

Learn more about early, rare printed handkerchiefs along with the symbolism they held in a new display at the Museum of the American Revolution in historic Philadelphia.
Read More
Living History Youth Summer Institute Closing Ceremony honored five students for completing the six-week course.

First-Ever Class Graduates from Museum's Living History Youth Summer Institute

Learn more about the first-ever graduating class of the Museum's inaugural Living History Youth Summer Institute.
Read More